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A big one for Norman Whitfield – who found in Rose Royce what he'd been lacking for years: a hit group ready to handle a number of styles, all well, and all with an adventurous style that would break them past the legions of lackluster funky soul groups of the late 70s. The record blends ... LP, Vinyl record album
A damn funky record – way more so than you might expect from the "string" in the title! The group's kind of an answer to the Soulful Strings ensemble headed by Richard Evans for Cadet/Concept in Chicago – and like that group, it mixes up funky rhythms with some sweet large ... LP, Vinyl record album
The Kay-Gees' greatest LP – and far and away better than anything else they ever did! Grabbing up this one is like finding a lost Kool & The Gang LP from the early years –which is no surprise, since Ronald Bell of the group produced it and wrote a lot of the songs with the group. ... LP, Vinyl record album
Fantastic album of funky instrumentals, recorded in the heart of the Chicago soul scene in the seventies. Includes the classic track "Loose Booty", with the "professor" spoken bit on the intro, which was sampled by the Beastie Boys. Other nice tracks include "Soulful ... LP, Vinyl record album
The composer of "Big City" lays down some soul piano grooves at The Rubiyat Room in LA with his trio. There's a surprising amount of nice originals here, including "Trane's Message" and "Blues Cha Cha", and this is one of the few jazz albums on Reprise. ... LP, Vinyl record album